Jan 3, 2023
00:01:15 — African Swine Fever Virus Part One: Our first program of the year begins with an insightful conversation on African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) with K-State livestock feed scientist, Dr. Cassie Jones. She joins Agriculture Today intern, Kady Figge, in the first of this two-part series sharing an overview on the disease and its history.
00:12:13 — African Swine Fever Virus Part Two: The discussion continues with K-State livestock feed scientist, Dr. Cassie Jones on African Swine Fever Virus. In this segment she shares information on the current research being conducted here at K-State on the virus.
00:23:08 — Maintaining Dairy Cow Health in Extreme Cold: In the latest edition of Milk Lines from K-State dairy specialist, Mike Brouk, he shares that maintaining teat health during extreme cold weather is often a challenge in the milk barn. While we’ve already experienced a bit of that cold recently, Brouk shares ways to minimize teat damage in extreme cold that is still expected to continue in the winter months ahead.
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